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New Invention – UNIBURR Tool Bit – A deburring tool bit that quickly repairs damaged bolts

The UNIBURR is a deburring tool bit that quickly repairs damaged bolts to thread nuts in place once more, saving you time and money.
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The UNIBURR simplifies the repair process, potentially fictionalizing repair time, as well as bypassing the need to replace expensive or hard to find hardware while keeping safety at a previously unattainable level.

The Difference

This tool does not chatter.
This tool does not over heat the work piece.
This tool does not over heat or spark.
Threads are sheared off, not folded over as happens with a grinder.
This tool is the only external chamfer device that holds a patent for hand power drill use.
The difference between this tool and any other method is time saved. And time is money.
Some of the example work pieces being repaired in the demonstration video include:

Stainless Steel fasteners
Copper Pipe
Round and Square Stock
Grade 8 Hardened Steel bolt
Also works on wood, fiberglass, plastic and more!

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  1. damit I want to invent stuff.
    I like!

  2. Can it also cut the head of Bolts and shapes it to round??

  3. stupid this is 100 years old..

  4. this invitation done by Jew. tool makers before many years this tool we say cup burr or concave burr

  5. Not an invention. These have been around since the 1800s, used to chamfer dowels. This is an adaptation. Not patentable.

  6. Does this tool also come for mm bolts? Not just inches?

  7. so what happens if the bolt is not long enough? would you then use a file? XD

  8. congratulations you've invented the pencil sharpener

  9. Am I the only one who was blowing at the screen?

  10. Yeah probably new but for me this seems very familiar since ive made a woodworker qualification, pretty much the opposite of a counterbore

  11. Сука, как же мне не хватало этого дерьма последние 10 лет!!!! Когда каждый ебучий Passat B3 или Omega B всюду нуждается в этом.

  12. Let's say the issue in the bolt is in the middle or towards the start of the bolt what do we do in this case ? Grind the whole thing down ? This is next to useless

  13. dont put your finger where you wouldnt put your dick

  14. you can do that with a pocket knife

  15. i need one looks real handy better than a file a lot faster too

  16. why to fuck this has 2 milions wiews 😀

  17. Just use a flex… (angle grinder) A flex does every job..

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